Here’s a great “back-to-school” deal — if you’re a student at an eligible Canadian university or college, you can get the top-of-the-line edition of Microsoft Office 2007 for CDN$64. That’s the fullest version of Office that you can get, which means you get:
- OneNote (Note-taking software par excellence, the Office app I personally use the most, which is why I listed it first. I am the OneNote king.
- Word (Word processor)
- Excel (Spreadsheets)
- PowerPoint (Presentations)
- Outlook (Email, calendar and task management)
- Publisher (For producing publications, whether print or online)
- Access (The little database that could)
- Groove (Collaboration and file sharing)
- InfoPath (For making and filling out forms)
The program through which you can get all this software for around the cost of three cases of beer is called The Ultimate Steal, and it’s quite simple:
- You have to be a student actively enrolled in one of the eligible Canadian universities or colleges. The simplest way to prove this is to use your school email address; there are other ways to prove you’re a student, and they’re explained on the site.
- You have to have a course load of at least 0.5. If you’re enrolled, it shouldn’t be too hard to qualify for that.
The super-deluxe, all-singing, all-dancing version of Office for CDN$64. That’s a pretty goal deal.